How to Say No and Mean It

by  Becky Robinson  |  Self Leadership

Do you or someone you know have a hard time saying “no”? 

“Yes” is certainly a much easier and more socially acceptable response, especially if you want to be perceived positively and/or as a team player.  It can even feel good, at least in the moment you say it anyway. Unfortunately, saying “yes” to too many things is also a way to get yourself overcommitted and can lead to feelings of overwhelm and/or resentment. Read on…

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